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Indonesian teledoctor Halodoc gets $80m in new funding round

Conglomerate Astra and Singapore's Temasek among first-time investors

TOKYO -- Halodoc, one of Indonesia's largest health-tech startup, has received funding totaling $80 million from new investors including Indonesian conglomerate Astra International and Singapore's state investor Temasek, the company said on Wednesday.

Astra's venture capital arm Astra Digital Internasional led the startup's Series C funding round, Halodoc said in a news release. It marked the first time that Astra and Temasek are investing in the company. Astra said in a separate release on its first quarter financial results Wednesday that it had invested around $35 million in Halodoc.

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